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Glassworks - Expanded Edition

Philip Glass Ensemble, Philip Glass, Michael Reisman

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1
Glassworks: I. Opening Instrumental
00:06:24

Al Brown, Viola - Richard Peck, Tenor Saxophone - Linda Moss, Viola - Lois Martin, Viola - Kurt Munkacsi, Producer - Jack Kripl, Soprano Saxophone - Jack Kripl, Clarinet - Jack Kripl, Bass Clarinet - Jack Kripl, Piccolo - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello - Larry Wechsler, French Horn - Michael Riesman, Conductor - Michael Riesman, Keyboards - Sharon Moe, French Horn - Philip Glass Ensemble, Performer - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - Maureen Gallagher, Viola - Jon Gibson, Soprano Saxophone - John Abramowitz, Acoustic Cello - Philip Glass, Composer - Philip Glass, Producer - Philip Glass, Organ - Philip Glass, Performer - Julian Barber, Viola

(P) 1982 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Floe Instrumental
00:05:59

Al Brown, Viola - Richard Peck, Tenor Saxophone - Linda Moss, Viola - Lois Martin, Viola - Kurt Munkacsi, Producer - Jack Kripl, Soprano Saxophone - Jack Kripl, Clarinet - Jack Kripl, Bass Clarinet - Jack Kripl, Piccolo - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello - Larry Wechsler, French Horn - Michael Riesman, Conductor - Michael Riesman, Keyboards - Sharon Moe, French Horn - Philip Glass Ensemble, Performer - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - Maureen Gallagher, Viola - Jon Gibson, Soprano Saxophone - John Abramowitz, Acoustic Cello - Philip Glass, Composer - Philip Glass, Producer - Philip Glass, Organ - Philip Glass, Performer - Julian Barber, Viola

(P) 1982 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Glassworks: III. Islands Instrumental
00:07:40

Al Brown, Viola - Richard Peck, Tenor Saxophone - Linda Moss, Viola - Lois Martin, Viola - Kurt Munkacsi, Producer - Jack Kripl, Soprano Saxophone - Jack Kripl, Clarinet - Jack Kripl, Bass Clarinet - Jack Kripl, Piccolo - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello - Larry Wechsler, French Horn - Michael Riesman, Conductor - Michael Riesman, Keyboards - Sharon Moe, French Horn - Philip Glass Ensemble, Performer - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - Maureen Gallagher, Viola - Jon Gibson, Soprano Saxophone - John Abramowitz, Acoustic Cello - Philip Glass, Composer - Philip Glass, Producer - Philip Glass, Organ - Philip Glass, Performer - Julian Barber, Viola

(P) 1982 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Glassworks: IV. Rubric Instrumental
00:06:04

Al Brown, Viola - Richard Peck, Tenor Saxophone - Linda Moss, Viola - Lois Martin, Viola - Kurt Munkacsi, Producer - Jack Kripl, Soprano Saxophone - Jack Kripl, Clarinet - Jack Kripl, Bass Clarinet - Jack Kripl, Piccolo - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello - Larry Wechsler, French Horn - Michael Riesman, Conductor - Michael Riesman, Keyboards - Sharon Moe, French Horn - Philip Glass Ensemble, Performer - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - Maureen Gallagher, Viola - Jon Gibson, Soprano Saxophone - John Abramowitz, Acoustic Cello - Philip Glass, Composer - Philip Glass, Producer - Philip Glass, Organ - Philip Glass, Performer - Julian Barber, Viola

(P) 1982 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Facades Instrumental
00:07:21

Al Brown, Viola - Richard Peck, Tenor Saxophone - Linda Moss, Viola - Lois Martin, Viola - Kurt Munkacsi, Producer - Jack Kripl, Soprano Saxophone - Jack Kripl, Clarinet - Jack Kripl, Bass Clarinet - Jack Kripl, Piccolo - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello - Larry Wechsler, French Horn - Michael Riesman, Conductor - Michael Riesman, Keyboards - Sharon Moe, French Horn - Philip Glass Ensemble, Performer - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - Maureen Gallagher, Viola - Jon Gibson, Soprano Saxophone - John Abramowitz, Acoustic Cello - Philip Glass, Composer - Philip Glass, Producer - Philip Glass, Organ - Philip Glass, Performer - Julian Barber, Viola

(P) 1982 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Glassworks: VI. Closing Instrumental
00:05:57

Al Brown, Viola - Richard Peck, Tenor Saxophone - Linda Moss, Viola - Lois Martin, Viola - Kurt Munkacsi, Producer - Jack Kripl, Soprano Saxophone - Jack Kripl, Clarinet - Jack Kripl, Bass Clarinet - Jack Kripl, Piccolo - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello - Larry Wechsler, French Horn - Michael Riesman, Conductor - Michael Riesman, Keyboards - Sharon Moe, French Horn - Philip Glass Ensemble, Performer - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - Maureen Gallagher, Viola - Jon Gibson, Soprano Saxophone - John Abramowitz, Acoustic Cello - Philip Glass, Composer - Philip Glass, Producer - Philip Glass, Organ - Philip Glass, Performer - Julian Barber, Viola

(P) 1982 Sony Music Entertainment

In the Upper Room (Philip Glass)

7
Dance I Instrumental
00:01:10

Philip Glass, Arranger - Philip Glass, Composer - Michael Riesman, Conductor - Michael Riesman, Performer - Kurt Munkacsi, Producer - Philip Glass Ensemble, Performer

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Dance II Instrumental
00:05:42

Philip Glass, Arranger - Philip Glass, Composer - Michael Riesman, Conductor - Michael Riesman, Performer - Kurt Munkacsi, Producer - Philip Glass Ensemble, Performer

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Dance V Instrumental
00:03:25

Philip Glass, Arranger - Philip Glass, Composer - Michael Riesman, Conductor - Michael Riesman, Performer - Kurt Munkacsi, Producer - Philip Glass Ensemble, Performer

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment

10
Dance VIII Instrumental
00:04:57

Philip Glass, Arranger - Philip Glass, Composer - Michael Riesman, Conductor - Michael Riesman, Performer - Kurt Munkacsi, Producer - Philip Glass Ensemble, Performer

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment

11
Dance IX Instrumental
00:08:10

Philip Glass, Arranger - Philip Glass, Composer - Michael Riesman, Conductor - Michael Riesman, Performer - Kurt Munkacsi, Producer - Philip Glass Ensemble, Performer

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment

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